Opoku Ware Senior High School (OWASS) first-year student Stephen Apemah-Baah has been recognised with a certificate of merit for his record-breaking participation in the 2023 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ).
Apemah-Baah, a young genius, along with his team represented their school in this highly anticipated competition, making it all the way to the final showdown and securing third place.
Apemah-Baah, an OWASS Form 1 student, was recognised for his contribution to the 2023 NSMQ. Photo credit: @SIKAOFFICIAL1/JoyNews.
Apemah-Baah broke records by becoming the first-ever Ghanaian Form 1 student to compete in the NSMQ National Championship.
The youthful student was presented with the certificate by quiz mistress Dr. Elsie Effah Kaufmann. And to add to that, a female moderator has pledged to gift him GH¢2,000 in cash.
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A video featuring an ecstatic Apemah-Baah expressing his joy is eliciting reactions.
View the clip below:
Public Response to Stephen Apemah-Baah’s Video
Praises and accolades for the young genius are flooding in.
Well done to him.
A job well done to him.
A remarkable young man with a promising future ahead. Keep up the excellent work, lad.
He indeed earned it.
He put in substantial effort.
I’m eagerly awaiting the next year’s contest, and mark my words, OWASS will claim the 2024 NMSQ.
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Many individuals have lauded Stephen Kofi Apemah-Baah for his phenomenal performance that led to the defeat of Prempeh College and Pope John SHS in a suspense-filled semi-final game.
Prior to this competition, he led his earlier school, Good Shepherd JHS, to emerge victorious in the 2022 Juvenile Science and Maths Quiz Competition (JSMQ).
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This notable achievement symbolizes the eighth win for Presec, who scored an impressive 40 points during the highly competitive event.